1 of 16 panels for Spencer Finch’s “Secret Life of Glass”. Artwork scheduled for installation at the Corning Museum of Glass in the Fall of 2020.

Bullseye Studio is Fabricating! (safely)

With safety measures in place, our team has been able to maintain a productive, uninterrupted workflow these last few months. We are so grateful to be working safely at full capacity and pleased to be fulfilling projects at our regular speed. If you find yourself with questions, ideas, or project inquiries, Bullseye Studio is here to help. We look forward to hearing from you!

What we’ve been working on…

 

JCDA Collaboration

Our work with James Carpenter Design Associates (JCDA) on an ecclesiastic project is powering forward. We have completed impact testing for ANSI Safety Glazing and are producing a full-scale mock-up. As you can discover in our JCDA news story, this is an incredibly exciting collaboration and we look forward to sharing more soon.

JCDA Founder, James Carpenter. Photo: ©JCDA.

Lynn Basa’s Multnomah County Courthouse Artwork Installation

We have completed final fabrication touches to Lynn Basa’s artwork for the new Multnomah County Courthouse. Installation of the 120 panels is slated to begin in June. Portland will soon showcase Oregon’s latest monumental work of public art.

Four of 120 frit-painted kiln-glass panels designed by Lynn Basa for Portland’s Multnomah County Courthouse.

Spencer Finch’s “The Secret Life of Glass” Installation

Fabrication of the 16 panels needed for Spencer Finch’s The Secret Life of Glass is now complete. Installation at the Corning Museum of Glass is scheduled for this Fall.

One of 16 panels for Spencer Finch’s “Secret Life of Glass.”

Larry Kirkland’s 9’ Courthouse Pendants Installed

These laminated and sandblasted glass panels for Larry Kirkland’s three 9’ tall lighting pendants were installed in their housing and then hung in the Federal Courthouse in Pensacola, FL.

Larry Kirkland’s lighting pendants for the Pensacola Federal Courthouse.

Wayne Design Group New Round Table

Bullseye Studio is completing the polishing on a new 52” round, 2” thick, dining table for Wayne Design Group.

52” round glass table top, post-fire, by Wayne Design Group.

Thank you!

We’re sending all our best during these challenging times. Stay safe, stay creative.